The Old Swan and Minster Mill in the Cotswolds, which was acquired by Andrew Brownsword Hotels in July, has now opened its new spa.
The hotel, which become the 13th in the Brownsword portfolio when it was taken over in the summer, has launched its Garden Spa, which officially opened its doors on December 6.
The Garden Spa is home to facilities such as an indoor plunge pool, sauna, steam room, ice fountain and tropical rainforest showers.
There are also three treatment suites, including a dual treatment room, plus a RASUL mud therapy area, with the Garden Spa open to both residents and non-residents.
All treatments use ESPA products, with the signature treatment being ‘the ultimate hero’, a back, face and scalp treatment with or without pink mud.
The old Swan and Minster Mill was previously owned by the de Savary family for the last six years, before being acquired by Andrew Brownsword Hotels in a private sale between the de Savary family and Andrew and Christina Brownsword.
The hotel’s Old Swan restaurant is now headed up by new executive chef David Kelman, who recently joined the hotel from Ellenborough Park.